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Calling all juniors in high school! Apply today to serve as a student advisor on Superintendent Catherine Truitt’s Student Advisory Council.

Top government, education, business, and nonprofit leaders across North Carolina will convene in person in Raleigh today at 3pm, and virtually across the state, for “The State of Educational Attainment in North Carolina,” hosted by myFutureNC. All are invited and encouraged to attend virtually by registering here to learn more about the ways we can work together to meet the statewide attainment goal and build our future workforce. I’ll be tweeting @Mebane_Rash.

The William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations is now accepting nominations and applications from all North Carolina residents for the next class of Friday Fellows, a two-year experience that includes six extended weekend seminars at locations throughout the state. Learn more here.

NC Music Educators Association Scholarship and Grant applications for 2023 are open! The Music Program Materials and/or Project Grant Program is intended to afford music teachers an opportunity to purchase materials, supplies (including consumables) or to develop special projects to increase the existing potential for a quality music education program. Click here for more details. Application deadline is March 1.

Our colleagues at SchermCo are partnering with Innovate Public Schools to host their first-ever east coast Parent Leadership Institute training in Charlotte on March 10-12. This is an opportunity for parents and caretakers to come together and learn the essential tools of community organizing, so they can improve and transform our local education ecosystem. Learn more and apply here.

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC.

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